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April 19, 1880.
mm vol. xlyiii; mini In Cream White, Black, Ecrn, Etc Nainsooks and Hamburg Embreideiie -the Iee Buntings, 6-4 French Good, In all the let ding shades, finest goods In the city. Swiss Embroidery something new. Spanish Lace Fichus In Black, White and Oraam. Bretone Lace Fichus, Lanwedoz Lace Fichus, Point Lao 3 Fichus, Boarfs, Jabots, Spotted and Doited Laces, Veilings, Bibbcns, Buttons, Fringes, ladles', dents' and Children's Hosiery. New and Elegant Parasols, Sun Umbrellas, Fans, Fid and Lisle Gloves, Black and Col ored Mitts, Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs. Wliite Ircss Goods. This is to be a season for wearing White Goods. Our assortment Is large and complete. An early inspection will secure yon a good selection. Fine Sheetings and Shirtings. Mourning Tress Goods the largest stock in this city. 8pl6 MONSON & CARPENTER, 244 AND 246 CHAPEL STREET. Carpets. larpets. Just Received, a Large Invoice of the Latest Novelties in ENGLISH TAPESTRIES. Onr warerooms literally crowded with New Patterns in Body Brussels, English and American Tapestry B nis eis, Lowell, Philadelphia and Hartford Extra Superfine Ingrains, Cotton Ingrains, Hemp and Linen Carpets. Everything Xew iia Paper Hangings, Dadoes, Friezes, Oold and Bronze Paper, Uinbossed and Plain. Buy Now and Save Tour Money for Goods are Surely Going Higher. Particular attention paid to making STOBE SHADES. Fancy Shades made to order at Lowest Prices. Call on us and be convinced that you can save money by buying your Spring outfit at the Carpet Warerooms H. B. PERRY, 390 CHAPEL. ST., ma6 Btf Opposite tne ureen, .new liavsu, fjonn. Seal MDHATUBB ALBAJSAC. TO BENT. MThe House No. 9 Clark street, suitable for two families; 6 room and a sink room npstaira and garret; downstairs 6 rooms and a sink room ; oity water and a good well and cellars. Inquire on ap!6 4t THE PREMISES. FOB RENT, 4Ml A HOUSB on the corner of Pisrpont and i - h Houston streets. Apply at Bus I, apl6tf THIS OFFICE. TO KENT. HOUSE No. 340 Columbus street, $250. House No. 128 Portses street, f 200. House No. 201 Portsea street. $190. House No. 60 Liberty street, $168. Apply to mal6tf THOS. K. TROWBRIDGE. rtcr- 4aa, 6.14 I 6.4S APRIL 19. Hoes Sits, 3 12 a.m. Sua War, 6.24 a. m. News War Kuparlni'l Weather Observations. Taken at 7 a. m.. 2 p. m., p. m. April 18. Barometer, 30.130, 80.193, 30.233. Thermometer, 40, IB, 47. Wind, direction NW, W, B. Velocity, in miles per hour, 11, 8, 8. Weather, clear, fair, fair. Maximum Thermometer, 66 degrees. Mlat imam Thermometer, 40 degrees. Rainfall In Inches, .00. Maximum Telocity of wind, 14 miles per hour. WJC. D. WBIOKT, Sergt. Signal Corps, U. a. Army. ft linn 6 TO KENT. mil Ma THE second floor of the house No 64 Ktn IlffTsington street; six rooms, gas, water, etc.; a Htl pleasant place. Inquire on apl7 3f THE PREMISES. LAKE BEAOH In Thomaston, April 4th, Franklin B. Lake of Northneld, and Miss Jennie Beach of Thomaston. tacitly consented to these aotione on ths part of the white students which led np to this result. Now we don't want this institution blotted out, bat it mast do different and such occur rences must cease. It ia onr institution, the nation's institution, supported for the purpose of educating the nation's soldiers. Benedict Arnold's treason to Washington was not as bad as the act of maiming the ears of Whitta ker." Dr. Fulton then reriewed the treat ment which other colored oadets had reoeired prerlouslr at Weal Foint, : and he exolaimed : "Why dMt -Whit- , " , taker stand np and light fer his Another DaV Taken From Their rights? The vovU ear the story of tha atwnrvnUa . al,. S-i. T- -uugg,iDV i BjUO UMUtJlt. FROM ALL QUARTERS. The Appropriations, DEATHS. Consideration. The Indian Commission Killed. TO BENT, l TO A good tenant, a PLEASANT TENEMENT of Ave looms at L apl7 2t 27 TBTJMBULL STREET. I8BELL In Westville, April 18th, Rachel Iabell, aged 87 years and 4 months. Funeral services at Naugatnck Cemetery on the arriv al of 10 o'clock train from New Haven Tuesday, April 20th. A Resolution for Its Abol ishnient Passed. FOB BENT. i l ONE SMALL house in brick block, Bradley I Place. Rent $14 per month. Inquire of Lapl7 3t W. J. ATWATSB, 326 Grand St. i MAK1NE LIST. SOB.1 OF NEW HAVEN. FOB SALE. 366. THE FINE three-story and basement house ?,;ij No. 237 Orange street. Modern and well built. faHLlnqufre of S. E. MERWIN, Jb., apl7 121 Administrator. FOB BENT, MSIX ROOMS in the npper part of No. 299 Or ange street, all in good order, with gas and water. Also the barn in rear of house. Inquire of I. N. Dann at New Haven Folding Chirr Co., apl7 3t - 662 STATE STREET. TO RENT. THE STORE No. 61 Church street, opposite rlli'ij the postonice ; two small rents on Whalley ave JUA.nue ; seoond floor No. 61 Asylum street ; whole house on Henry street, all modern Improvements; whole house No. 241 Crown street ; whole house No. 64 Whalley avenue, all modern improvements, $400 ; whole house on Clinton avenue ; seoond floor So. 29 Auburn street ; whole house on Water street ; whole house corner Union and Fair streets, $21 per month ; whole bouse Cedar Hill avenue; three small rents Cedar Hill. Apply to A. M. HOLMES, ap!7 69 Church Street, Room 8. AssrvxD ar in, 18. Brig Homing Light, Dill, Demerara, and sailed for New York. Sch 16 Soung, Oorvet, Barbadoei, via Newport, having been in for repairs, sugar and molasses to John I Mathiaa. Sch Mary J Ooek, Cook, Pensacola, lumber to S H 8 S Mill Co. Sch Sunlight, Hodgdon, Belfast, ice to Burton Dick erman. Sch S S Blokmore, Long, Pensacola, via Elizabeth port, lumber to N H 8 S Mill Co. Sen Bedona, Whitney, Kennebec Blver, Ice to New Haven loa Co. Sch Francis Corwin, Delainey, New York, iron to E S Wheeler Co. Tilden's Strength at Syracuse, A Strong Following Pledged to Missi, THE NATlONAXi CAPITAL. CLKABKD. Sch Wm Allen, Steelman, Baltimore. Sch Eliza, Anderson, New York. TO KENT, y One or two very nice rooms, with all convea iences. 120 YORK STREET, L apl2 eodtf Corner Chapel, second flat. fss! 'Estate. The Law of Reason. COMMON &MBT&S. WILL tell anybody whose ml d ia open to sound logic that Fit A IV It at his great Headquar ters, 347 Cliapel Street, is able to sell cheaper than any of hie neighbors. Just think of it, some pay lost for one single item, Kent, as high as 3G,0G0, $4,000, $3,000, $2,000. FRiNK PAYS m mm as he owns his own store, and can sell with a smal profit where others cancct, even if they have the best intentions. FRAHK PAYS C &.SH for everything. He is the only cne ot h's competitors who docs, all the rest buying on time and paying h'gher prices, nhich will convince any person that FRANK can sell Cheap, will sell Cheap and does ell Cheap, as the crowds of customers and h'a daily increasing business testify. Bargains in Dress Goos Good Black Alpaca, 12 l-2c. Good lilack Casbmere, 18c. Stylish Colored Novelty Ooods at 8c, lOc, 12 1-iic, 15c, ISc. BLACK CASHMERE, f AH Wool r A Great .Bargain, Double Width. Only 33 Cents. BLACK SIIiKS. Listen to Onr Convincing Ara iinsent. We do not claim to be the Silk Store of New Haven, bnt we are the only store In this city where it is r, ally Safe to buy a Black Silk without RIUK. By special contract we are enabled to warrant one of the best makes of Black Silks, giving for any Dress that doeB sot turn out as represented another one in exchange without charge, bonder over it. look at our Silks at 1, ftl.aO, $173 $2, $2 25 Thay are Beauties, they are Cheap, they are Safe, Mate Safe. STOCKINGS. We are the Great Ptocking Store, where you can find Gents', LadieB', Misses', Boys', in plain, mixed, striped, heavy fine, cotton and wcolen, from 3c tip to the fine Bt grades. Special attention we call to our elegant Bslbrigan, richly embroidered with silk, at 35c a pair. Io the following goods we have no competitors, as Onr prices are just about half wht the otharB charge : legant White Shirts, 50ct 60c, 75c, $1. Stylish Percale Shirts, 60c, C0c, 75c, 1. Good Calico Shirta, 20c, 2&u, 35c, 50c. Substantial Cheviot Shirts, 35c. COc. Navy Flannel Shirts, SI. Gents' 4 -ply Linen Collars, 10c. Gents' Linen CollarB, 6c. Gents' Linen Cuffs, lOe a pair. Gents' Paper Collars, 6c a box. Gents' Paper Collars, Al, 10c a box. Elmwocd Collars, 12c a box. Gents' Silk Scarfs, half price. UNDERWEAR For Gents', for Ladies', for Children. Winter, Summer, l all and Spring qualities at 10c, 12c, 16c, 260, 80c, 35c, up to the finest English grades at half the regular price. swrBead this advertisement with cars. Be sure to goto CRANK'S every time, it will put money in your pockets, as money saved is money earned. There never was a patticle of humbug about us. MLLIUS FRANK, FBANK'8 BUILDING. NO. 337 CillPEL TFJElEEir. apS s Body Brussels Oerpeis, IN New mm DESIGNS. H. W. Fosstesr, fttstf 3 ORANGE STREET. Coal I A Racket io r OW, u .1 ether dealers liave advanced Uie price Jl at ooal, I have resolved to .ell at former low price., and Invite all who want coal to call on me. I will tarnish tha Best Coal Mined, Van weight, well screened. This notice is for the wias, all the foolish cm bo; elsewhere. I cell sttictlj for sash. Best 8t. Louis Floor, $7.60 a barrel. Fonr pounds of the famous QuaKer Dairy Butter, 1. Money to Loan. George Hughes, .pig 34 Church Street. Business For Sale. THC Kell-known and thoroughly eetabllphed ba kina business, under the name of Mrs. Gail Brown e Home-made Bakerjr, is offered for sale at a barsaio. Satisfactory reasons given for selling. For urther partiou, Inquire atthe Bery gt jonotion of gtats Stores and Tenements FOR KENT. M STORE No. 79 Congress avenue, coiner of Oak. Groceries, Meat and Provisions. Estab lished 32 years. All cash trade. Store and Tenement No. 60 Congress avenue, now and for the last 12 or 15 years occupied by A. Lebrun, Boots and Shoes. No better stand in this city for the buEiness. Store No. G7 is now empty and is ready for occupancy. It is well adapted for aimcst any kind of business Ga water, counters and shelves, all in complete order. Rents low to good paying tenants. AIbo a number of good and convenient Tenements, ranging from $5 to $15 per month. Apply to 15 IleaJy & Cor, Osi& St. and. Congress Ave malO HEALY'S BLOCK. Office for Kent. MTHE FINE, large front rcom No. 278 Chapel street, directly over Mallett's hardware store, suitable for a banbing, insurance, real estate or law office. Apply to WM. K. TOffNSEND, ma29 tf 23 White's Building. FOB IUSNT, M THREE BOOMS, connected and very desirable, on Park street. A new House on Beers street, near Chaps, will bs completed about May 1st, and rented low to responsible persons. Another in the same location will be offered for sale or rent Juno 1st. A.WHEELER, maC tf 115 Park Street. TO RBUT, Houses with Modern Improvemants. Howard avenue, H rooms.Orown street, 9 rooms. Chapel street, 14 ' Wall " 1 " York " 14 " Whalley avo.,17room,barn Home Place, 13 " Woodward " 9 " " Other Houses on Atwater strL-et, Union street, Clin ton avenue, Lombard street, barn, Whltneyville.barn, Orange street, barn, War street, barn. TENEMENTS OPf Lincoln street, Ward street, Howard avenue, Grand street, Clark Btreet, Baldwin atreet, Museon street, Union street, East street. FOR SASE, Some Vf ry desirable properties at low prices cn easy terms. Houses from 11,500 to vxi.WJ. Building Lots, Farms and Business Property. FOIL NAI.K OK EXCHANGE, Oity Property, Suburban Property, I'.rins and manu facturing Property. iTftlrJtilt -XV Lvan Small or large sums on improved property. T. a. SLOAN, ap!7 tf 3 Yale Bank Building. TO RENT, ;-). FIRST FLOOR and Basement of House Vo Sjf 135 Water street from May 1st Apply at $3L aolB 6t 67 CHAPEL STliEET. TO UK. NT. -ta- THE HOUSE No. 42 York Square is for rent. Kja Inquire at MAINE'S DINING BOOMS, .saSsL ap!4 12t 37 Church Street. i'OlC SAKE, MA Farm of 6 acres in North Branford, eight miles from New Haven ; the house new, farm well watered and plenty of wood. Terms made eaBy ; 20 or 60 acres more adjoining can be had with the above If desired. For further particulars in quire of A. H. HILL, or I. B. LINBLEY, ap2 18t&w3t North Branford. IfOlt SAlit, MIS WEST HAVEN, the House, Barn (new), with plenty of stable room, a large and complete hennery, known as the Boas place. Also with the house, a lot of 7 acres cf laud, near by. Terms easy. For further particulars, inquire of W. H. TALLMADGE. ma2 rt&wtf Near Horse B. B. Barn, West Haven. If Oil KENT. THE large, spacious room No. 12, 270 Chapel !& Btreet ; high ceilings and roof lights ; desixned fitf and occupied by a portrait painter for many years ; will be placed in fine ord-r for a permanent tenant. Also, convenient, well-lighted double oulce in same building. Apply to mh3 tf JOHN NOHMAN, Room 11. FOK SAJLK, JfA. A NEW AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE on tgjE Sherman avenue, handsomely fitted with mod Mmrv , era conveniences, and most pleasantly located. Will be sold at a sreat bargain. Inquire at THIS OFFIUB. FOR KENT, FAST of Store 144 State street. Inquire at THE STORE. dltf FOK SAL.E, A Desirable business property, centrally located; now rents for 10 per cent, of price at which it can be purchased. Tcrinti easy a oaaucim puce at uia jyme on tne Connecticut river, 180 acres of land, two large houses and four barns; fine view of Long Island Sound and surround ing country. Call and see photograph. For Sale or Exchange, Two Houses and one Birn, with 7 acres of land, at Stony Creek Good whatf. A farm of 30 acres, with hue House and two Barns, plenty of fruit, at l?lt Canncl. Farms in Connecticut, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Georgia, Texas. Land Warrants at Gov ernment prices. 11. I. HOADLEY, No. 1 Moadley Buildinc. ap8 tf Opposite Xostoftice. W. P. NILES' Ilea? Estate, Fira Insurance cud Pension Agercy. Business For Sale, M First-class Livery Stable (with 30 boarders). Apply at once for particulars. Tae whole or part of the fixtures and utensils of a first-class Eating House (on Chapel street). For Bent, one or two good tenements well located. Office, 270 Cliapal Streor, New Haven, Conn. ap3 FOK 16EJHT, jfc?ss THE spacious room (30sl8) on third floor of ?r3 Central Building, 75 Orange street, just JS&3S. finished. Well lighted ; all conveniences, well adapted for a society or club. Also fine, pleasant of fice on second story. Apply to i. B. BARTHOLOMEW, mh30 lm 75 Orange Street. UESIUABIiE XtEKT- HOUSE No. 72 Howe street, with all modern pti improvements. Inquire at 70 Howe, or corner stta-George and State streets. ms25 tf N. W. MERWIN. JOSEPH SOSHEKBEKG, Iteal EvtKte and Eichango Broker. 238 CHAPEL STREET. Mff Spanish Doubloons wanted. Unl nllV ted States 1 per cent. Bonds and 1 Securities bought and sold and dividends paid n United States currency. Also Oold and Silver ex hanged at the office of JOSEPH SONNENBERO, m ylS tf 238 Oaape Street. Factory in Artizan t. FOK KENT, fi WITH OR WITHOUT steam power. A low y rent to a satisfactory tenant. J. P. PHILIilPS, f2 tf Olebe Hnildintf. B'OK KENT, M HOUSE on Blake street, Westville. House contains 8 rooms, In good order. To the right tenant the rent will be low. For particulars, call aMHERWIN'S Real Estate Office, 237 Chapel St., o7 ST. SHUMWAT, Westville. FOR RENT, Sa. FINE FRONT OFFICES In the Insurance jfeM Building, suitable for lawyers or other business, w&S-at reasonable rates. Also rooms suitable for Clubs, Lodges or Associations. Apply at Ho. cs Insurance .BafltiSng. f25 3m Jb OK, KEK1', MiM). BRIOK BUILDING, with engine in good or Ejjjr der, with or without barn ; possession any time. mlelL ANDREW MARTIN, f 23 tf 19 Pearl Street. 'Jit HAL, .g-in. BUILDING LOTS on Nicbol, Eagle, and both sides of Nash street ; 400 feet in one piece ; J&. price low : tetms easy. ANDREW MARTIN, 1 23 tf 19 Pearl Street. HINMAN'S Real Estateioaning and Fire Insurance AGSXCY, 63 Church Street, SECOND FLOOR, OPP. POST OFFICE. OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS. Money to Loan on Real Estate securi ty. Some very desirable Farms for sale on easy terms,located In the towns of Maaiden,Cen tervillc, jn.ntewese. North Itranfford, new H rilain, and North Haven. Hons s and Lots for sale or exchange in all parts .of the city. Water Fronts, Seashore, manufactnr i I) KT and Hotel Property for sale or rent, Xscsirable Hooaen and Tenements for rent in all parts of tne city. Some Choice Ilargalns for a few days at this agency. ma2 LONG ft HINMAN. Valuable Real Estate For Sale. Pursuant to an order of the Probate Court for Eji 5Sj the District of New Haven, the undersigned of ailMfcrs lor sale all the real estate belonging to the en tale of the late Harvey Barnes, deceased, and con sisting of First The homestead of the late Hfcrvey Barnes, on East Pearl atreet, in Fair Haven. Second The Building occupied in part as a store and market, together with the land on the oornex of Grand and East Pearl street. Third A Lot obland BMeet front on South Qulnni- piac street, in Fair Haven East, extending to the riv er, and including very valuable oyster grounds and privileges. Fourth One undivided half of twelve acres of wood land, In Foxon, in East Haven. til tf A, D. GOODTEAB. TO KENT, ijtM, HOUSE No. 17 Leonard street, $181. SmB " 18 " " 180. fciiL " 28 Pearl " 2d floor, $108. KERWIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, 237 Chapel Street, Or GEO. HOTCHKI83, 2d, 4S Sumger et. apU New Jioases tor Sale, Kent, or Lease, MOn Newhall street, on favorable terms; monthly payments may apply on the purchase money. Out this out. Apply at once to E. M. BOWMAN, apU tf 131 Goffe Street or 109 Newhall Street. For Kale orltnt, MA VERY pleasant, roomy house, with parlor, sitting room, dining room and kitchen on one floor; all modern conveniences. Pleasant grounds, good stable, good neighborhood. Also for rent, a cottvge at Savin Rock, near the John Lines place. House roomy and well finished. Inquire of apHtf H. P. HOADLEY, 1 Hoadley Building. Office To Kent. .3?.-$ PART of a larga corner effied, with modern )tiiM improvements, in corner building, second floor. Aafl-Llient reasonable to a suitable tenant. Apply to BOOM 4, apia Yale National Bank Building. MA DESIRABLE, pleasantly and centrally lo cated tenement to two or three adults. Bent moderate to the right party. New house and barn and large garden in Fair Han East. Houses 506 and 512 Orchard et. A house and barn near Whalley avenue. $9 a month. A house in Davenport avenue. $150 a year, for Kale A new hooBe with barn, $2,000. A house with barn, $900. A house and barn on Clin ton avenue, $3,000. Chapel street business property. A farm for $1,600. Inquire of HENRY G. NEWTON, Boom 22 White's Building, 6 Church St. ap!4 Fob -REnt THE L;BGZ Brick Dwelling No. 103 Crown, tUjiJ corner Tmple street. Inquira of J. P. STUD lewiXEY, or the undersigned. apl3 6t GEO. H. WATBOTJB. TO KENT, TSE HODSK No. 145 Whailey avinue, with Ml; modern improiements ; also the Brick Barn in iL rear of the premiees ; to separate parties if de sired. Inquire of O, B. DTEIt, Painter, ap!3 tf 120 D wight Street. FOB RENT, M Three Brick Houses on Whalley avenue, be tween Winthrop avenue and Norton street. These houses contain all modern improvements, and have dining room and kitchen on the first floor. For terms apply to BROCKETT & TUTTLE, ap!0 tf No. 91 Goffe Street. FOB BENT, MSix rooms, No. 281 Grand street, first floor, with bath room, water closet, and other conven iences. Five room?, five minutes' walk from the City Mar ket, with gas, water closet, and city water. Four rooms. flrt floor, No. 20 GUI street. One Store, No. 551 State Btreet. Inquire of JACOB HELLER, a9 tf Room No. 1, Yale National Bank Building. Houses and liOta For Sale. M HOUSES AND LOTS situated in different parts of the city. Also several large Lots, hay ing railroad and water fronts ; very desirable for manufacturing purposes. All for sale chf ap and on eaBy terms. Apply to BENJ. W. STONS, sl9 tf 298 Chapel Btreet, Boom 6. For Rent.BraB3 and Iron Castings. Ke pairing: lawn Mowers. Wood and Goal. FOR BENT. One floor, with or without pow- Mer, for manufacturing purposes. Repairing and Sastrpenans Lawn Mowers ; the same called for and delivered. Brass and Iron C&HtiniZ's at the lowest prices, and made at short notice. Wood and Coal at the lowest prices. Or ders received at the olfico, SOS Grand Street. , Jf l6 tf THE O'BRIEN MFG. CO. For 8aio at a Bargain, M First-Class Honse, witb modern improvements good lot with barn, situat ed on fine avenue, fronting on two streets, can be seen at any time. For particulars call at lloora lo. 5 Howiley J3aifidintT9 49 C&mrcl Street. ie2K tf I,, F. COIHTOCK. NOTICE. A MEETING of the stockholders of the New Haven Water Company will be held at Tyler's Hall on the 21st day of April, 1889, at 10 a. zn., for the pur pose of accepting, if they see fit so to do, in be half of said company, the amendment to the charter of said company lately enacted by the General Assembly at Its January session, 1880, and for the purpose of exercising, if said meeting should see fit so to do, any of the powers conferred up on said stockholders by said amendment, in providing for the issue of now ehireB of the CapiUl Stock of said Company to raise money for paying off the mortgage debt of said Company, and for other uses, and for the purpose of transacting any business proper to be done at such a meeting. Per order ap!4 7t D. GOFFE PHfPP3, Secretary. 10 THE PUBLIC. Thirty years ago I embarked in the Grocery Busi ness, an! have continued in it since, with the excep tion of a short prio3, when sickness compelled me to rest. For 14 years have carried on the business at present stand, 16 Church street. I have endeavored to purchase and keep the first quality of Groceries in my line, and have sold as low as possible, and strictly adhered to giving juit weight and measure. Have Btudied during all theBe years that I have been in bus iness to gain a good reputation for fair and honest dealing, and flatter myself that my efforts have been appreciated to soma extent. Shall continue to keep at tha old corner a fine line of Groceries, Tea?, Coffee, Sugar, Butter, Flour, Fruits, &c, and will endeavor to offer superior inducements to old and new patrons to visit my store. Yours raf pactfully, C. H. OAKS, Io. 46 Omrcli Street. Butter, Finest Creamery, 3lbs. now for $1. Aveiill Gilt Edge Creamery tbia mark I have sold for 6 years past for our bst, and experts say it is equal to Farmington Creamery." I cow offer it 3 lbs. for $1. There is a large amount of " Mill Butter" sold, which is mixed with lard ; it is hurtful to use ; avoid eating it, and purchase the bast that ia made. - Finest Creamery make, 3 lbs. for $1. Fine family Flour, not New Process, nice, for $7.50 per barrel. Tea, Coffee and Spices Bold as low as any house sells Sweet Potatoes at S6o per peck. No. apl7 tf C. H. OAKS, 46 Church Street. FOB SAJLK A 1 J with a ereat rear lot. suitable for any large man ufacturing business ; likewise one of the best places In he city for a Floweret. It is very rich and early and will be sold very cheap. Apply oil Hi tf THE PBEMIBE8. BAKERY FOR KENT. Wfi offer for rent the Bakery now occupied by George Petrie, 31 and 83 Crown atreet; pos session given May 1st; this is a gool opportunity for first-class and responsible Baker ; none other need apply. I. D. DEWEU & CO., apt 23 State Street. - Barhank Seedling Potatoes AT No. 18 George Street This Day. ap!9 2t LOST, OK evening of March 6f from one of Adams Ex press Oo's. wagons en Court street, an old-f ash ionsd "HAIB CLOTH PIANO STOOL." The finder will be suitably rewarded by returning to FEED. BARTON, aplfl 3t Adams Express Oo. New Potatoes. WE shall receive by m.xt steamer from New Or leans a shipment of NEW POTATOES from the same parties who sent us last year. They were very fair last year, aad probably are as good this. For tale by th barrel, at lowest market price. spl E. E.HaLHtSON. COLORADO " "ZVlll" Offering the only f acilitias for p. nous at a distance to engage in prospecting for Pilvek and OolD with bet ter .hanceB than if doing the work themselves, and at much less oost. Investments f ft L5 to 120 and r-p-wards, the latter securing one-half of all findings by one prospector, or one eixieenth of all discoveries by eiaht different prospectors. First-class references. Ad dress, for full particulars, apl9 d&wlm VQ3E k 8CHL1GETBR, Pnsblo, Col- District of New Haven bs. Probate Court,) April nth, 1880. ( T7 STATE of GBAOK ANN PHIPI'S, late of Mew , Pj Haven, in said district, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date ' hereof , for the Creditors of said Estate to exhibit their olaims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make Immediate payment to LEONARD 8. HOTC8KISS, ap!9 231w Administrator with the will annexed. FOK KENT. TBBCE large rooms on Gregson stree suit- : W able for light manufacturing purpose. Bent . aLvery low to responsible party. Apply at office of ! apiy WArtii Al&ljjli;ic. TO KENT, HOUSE on Winthrop avenue and George rsj street. 11 roomB, modern improvement, with B&a.or witnout bam. Apply to ap EDTABD M ALLEY. Cttapel Street Iteiits. M FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms, singly and in suites, with gas and steam hrar, to rent in Foote House, corner Chapel and Temple streets. Janitor and janitress in the building. Apply at office of apl9 EDWARD MALLEI. More Delay for the Appropriations. Washington, April 18. Tha appropriation bills cannot oomo np in the House to-morrow. States most be called in the morning hour nnder the rnles, and after that committees will be entitled to claim the floor to move to sus pend the rules. This will throw all action on the appropriation bills over until Tuesday. Capital Notes. Washington, April 18, Messrs. -Charles D. Gilman & Co.. extensive land and claim agents in this city, have been disbarred from practice before the Interior department, it having been proved that Gil- man bribed a clerk: named Frank O. Ball to assist him in getting claims through. Bell has been dissnarged. Minister General Nojes has sent to the State department a report relating to his late journey to the Orient, where he went in the interest of our Government. The report in both a commercial and politioal point of view contains such especially interesting and practical statistics and recommendations that it should be extensively read. It describes tne saa and terrible suffering of the Jews in Morocco, witn tea suggestion for our Gov ernment to use its influence in alleviating the cruei suntringsoi me aovntrodden. Forty-SfxtU Congress. Chapel Btreet Rents. MA SPLEKDID location for a Jeweler, Boots snd Shoes, 8-wing Machinas, etc., In the best business block on the street. Address, with full name, apU "L. L. P.," Lock Box 1,097. The Old and Well-Known Grwy aiOrovision Store, 91 Wiaai Hey Avfimi?, 2ior open with a choice selection of Fine Groceries, Flour, Sugar, But ter, of which we make a specialty, Pare Teas, Coffees, Spices, -Etc., Etc. L80 Fresh Meats, Betf, Teal, Mutton and Vege J tables. We guarantee satisfaction to all who will favor ub with their patronage, tvprices as low aa tboee of any other dealer. Good delivered promptly and orders taken at the houats of all who desire it. Jj. S. MASOS, apl9 fm 91 WUalley Avenue. Groceries. AFULIj assortment of Family Groceries always on hand. Coffee and Tea a specialty. Canned noods in greet variety, including Boston Baked Beane, Codfish Balls, Corned Eeef, Lobsters, Salmon, &c.( ifeo. Fine New Bntter received every few day. Or anges. Bananas, Dates, Lemons, Figs and Nuts, all at low prices. HENRY STORK R, 172 Chapel Strset, ap!9 near Coe's Opera Uouse. FOR SALE. Hoaieki on College Street, York, Lib erty, Orchard. Sylvan avenue, Howard avenne, House and Barn on Georee atreet. Westville. East Haves and Fair Haven. Lot wilt water front in Wett Haven Lots on Nicoli street, Kimberly avenue, Congress ave nue, &c. Hooiei and Tenements torent. 3 first class Brick Houses on Howe atreet, between George and Crown Btreats, English basements, with all the modern improvements, at a. lour price irxonev to loan on city property. lCcal ftaitate Office 4 Church Street, Room 6 Hoadley Building. Office open evenings. ap!9 L. . COMSTOCK. mmmi 1. Barrows, Dealer in Investment Securities, Yale National .Bank Building apl9 Room 4. flow is tlie Time I71AKCY and Staple Groceries at prices that defy ' competition, quality considered. STJL.OTJK. The m?&t popular brands from the well known mills of St. Louis, Michigan, Minnesota and Illinois. Teas, Coffees and Spices That are unsurpassed in quality and price. London Layer KaiaiDs, French Prunes, Loose Muscatel Raisins, Turkish Prunes, Valencia Raisins, New Figs and Dates. CANNED UOODS. Splendid Peaches, 10c per can. Extra Fine Peaches, 15c per can. Codfish Balls, 16c per can. Lobsters, 15c per can. String Beans, 10c per can. Apricots, 25o par can. E?g Plums, 15c per can. Bartlett Pears, 18c per can. Green Gages, 15c per can. Ihe famous Crosse & BlackwtlTs Pickles." Imported Goods in great variety. Finest Creamery Bauer. Call and satisfy yourselves. Andrew Goodman, aro. ss cuoira stssiet, Near Music Hali, 4 doors from Ohorch St., ap!9 trsodman's HaUding. Fine Bntter. i pails We reduce the price again to-day. There is no such Batter in the market that we know of. apI9 E. E. HA Lit ft goN. Great Bankrupt Sale CF BOOTS AND SHOES, AT NO. 294 IMPEL STREET. Now is the time to gat GOOD SHOES at Half Price. Don't fail to look at7 the many Bargains w shall offer in this large sale, which comprises all" the best and medium qualities of MEN'S, LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES, of almost every de ssription. Come one and all, and secure the many bargains at 294 CHAPEL STREET. This stock will be sold for HALF PEI0E, as we want the room for a fine line of Spring Gocos. ' Washisgtosc, April 17. uocsz Tha morning hour was dispensed -with ana me nonse went into Committee of th. Wba'i Mr. Whitthorne, of Tennessee, in the chair on the "Jaian appropriation Din, the pending question being ; the point of order raised by Mr. Haasell, of Kansas, against the amendmtnt offered by Mr. Hooker of Mississippi, for the trantfer of the Indian Bnrean from the Interior to the War department. After a short : argument by Mr. Hooker in opposition to the point of ordor, the chair delivered his decision that the amend- ! menc was germane, ana mat it retrenched expensi , turr s. There was n. doubt that it was clearly obnox ! ions to ths point of order that it was in substinc. iden . tical wilh several bills now pending before tha House. Ha therefore sustained the point of order, and the- , aiuciuujjii hm uui received. The committee then rc ss and i epoitad the blil to the Home. The amendment abolishtnsr the Indian ComKtiasirra was agreed to yeas 112, nays G5. Tha other amend m.nts were agreed to without division, and th. bill as amended passed, tha vote being taken by yeas and nays, a. required by the rules. Mr. Manning, of Mississippi, offered, nnder instruc tions from the Committee on Klections,a resolution for an investigation into the facts relating to th. rrception by Mr. Springer of an anonymous letter, which pur ported to be an attempt to corruptly influence nta ac tion as a member of the Election Ccmnitttee IB th. case of Donnelly against Washburne. Mr. McLane, of Maryland, moved to lay th. resolu tion on the table. He did not think it presents a ques tion of privilege. Th. motion was rejected by a vote of It to M. Ths resolution was adopted by a vote of 100 to 55. The commltteo then rose, and at 3 a'clock th. House adjourned. NJ3W YOitfv. T'lldon's StrcujfiU tit Syracute. New Yobk, April 18. A special from Syra cuse says a classification based upon advices received from every Assembly district in the State is as follows : Total number of delegates 88 Majority ij3 Total anti-Tilden delsgates 217 Total lilden delegates 149 Doubtful is Another estimate gives Tild.n 15G certain delegates, unpledged and uninstructad 223, of whom a few are unquestionably for Tllden. Saved by a. Prayer JBoalt. New Yobk, April 18. A desperate fight occurred this morning ia Houston street be tween Officer Lindeman, of the Ninth pre cinct and a number of thieves, during which the officer was stabbed with a table knife and out in the head with a stone. The officer be ing in fear of his life drew his revolver and shot two of his assailants named John Calla han and Edward Coleman. Callahan was shot in the head, but Coleman narrowly es caped being shot dead. The ball struck him in the left breast, but glanced off, striking a prayer book that he carried in his pocket, and lodged in his pocket. Th9 officer, al though very roughly handled, was not seri ously wounded. Coleman, Callahan and three others were arrested and held for trial. Sheep Cor Soulii America, New Yobk, April 18. An interesting ex periment in progress is the shipping of Ameri can merino sheep to Buenos Ayres, South America, by Mr. Y. . Markham, a well known farmer. Mr. Markham's attention was drawn to the large possibilities of Buch a ven ture by the success which has attended the crossing with Mongolian stock of American merinos, 200 of which he recently took to Japan nnder a contract with that Gov ernment. The improvement in that instance is estimated as high as 400 per cent. The stock raisers of France and Germany have al ready made large shipments of their choicest stock to South America. With a view to dem onstrating the superiority of the American breed, Mr. Markham has forwarded to the same field sixteen of the finest merino rams that could be obtained in this State. A Surgical Cariosity. Kochestes, April 18. Surgeons, in ampu tating the leg of Michael Davy, Tnesday, were much astonished to find a large artery run ning through the bone, and considerable diffi culty was experienced in staunching the flow of blood from this particular artery. Davy has rallied from the effect of the amputation, and his final recovery is expected. Saturday's Hearing at West Point. West Point, April 18. A reporter of the New York Times was put on the stand yester day, but declined to give the names of the parties who furnished him the information of the alleged plan to "fix Whittaker" at High land Falls, until Monday next, after consulta tion with his counsel. The Recorder stated that the clue referred to in the Times was known to him from the first, but it had proved so slight that he did not feel authorized to summon any witnesses relative thereto. General Schofield testified that a three days' investigation was kad.resultmg in areport pre judicial to Whittaker. He so stated to Whit taker and the latter demanded a court of in quiry. Whittaker's frankness impressed him that he could not be guilty. The General said that the inquiry had been conducted in all fairness to Whittaker, so far aa he knew. The whole fact bearing upon Whittaker must be left to public suspicion until the guilty parties are found. ROBERT A. apl BENHAM. Office and Store' Fixtures FOB SALE. OI?E handsome hard wood Dear, for cashier or bookkeeper. One tmaU hard wood entry Desk. Two heavy black walnut aide Counters, with wall Show-cases ; can be used as one. One Valentine & Butler Safe, doable dcor. The above can be seen at apiaesdtf 1MPABK STREET. Xiie West Point Outrage Dr. Fallon's Views. NewYobk, April 18. Tha Brooklyn Kink was filled this morning with persons anxious to learn what Bev. J. D. Fulton had to say on "The Conflict at West Point." Dr. FuU ton, after preliminary exercises, said : "This is proudly boasted of as a land of freedom, but the outrages committed on young Whitta ker at West Foint are sufficient to bring the burning blush of shame to the cheeks of every American citizen. During the war the ne groes proved that they were equal In bravery to the whites, although their akin was of a different shade. The black man's bullet did its work just as effectually as if it were aimed by m white man. There is now a cry of a solid South. Yes, thelSouth is solid against the manhood of the negro. When they were compelled to give them freedom they deter mined to qualify it as much as possible, and they never meant don't mean now to let the colored man use the ballot. The spirit that animated the students at West Foint animated the white people in the South and it spread all through the land, but it has shown itself more openly at West Point. Every man, be he black or white, should have fair play at the national academy, and that institution will never be what it ought io be until the Nation sees that fair play is given. This outrage is chargable not only on the students, bnt on the faculty, for they have Webster Smith, is a sufficient answer for that, and its perusal should make white men blush with shame. The inhumanity and barbarity with which he was treated by his brotheroadets are matter of reoord. Fred Grant, now Colonel Grant, was then a cadet at West Point, and in a conversation which took place between Pres ident Grant and Hon. Mr. Clarke, of Hartford, who had Smith sent to West Point, Fred Grant said that the time had not come for sending colored men to West Point, that no d d nigger would stay while he was there if he could help it. The nation must see that this whole Whittaker business is probed to the bottom, and that everything oonnected therewith shall be brought to the surface and that Cadet Smith shall be restored to West Point from which he was expelled without reason. New York: City. New Yobk, April 18. Charles Vail, a boy of 11 years, and son of a street lamplighter, has been arrested as a firebug, and confesses that h's has started six fires within a week for fun, one of which de stroyed a barn, the others ware easily put out. Great interest is felt in billiard oircles over the match which is to be played in Tammany Hall on Thursday, between the champion, Jacob Sehffifer, and the ex-ohampion, William Sexton. The game, which is for $1,000 and the champion medal, 600 points up, will be played under the now champion rules, which to a certain extent do away with rail nursing. coth men have been in oonstant practice dur ing the past week, and some unusually large runs nave neen made. sonicfer made 261, 310 and 256, and Sexton's best strings have been 215, 818 and 296. THE PACIFIC COAST. blown down and considerable stock killed. A covered bridge across Tradewater river, seven miles from here, was blown down, and two persons who had taken refuee therein are sup posed to have been killed. A dwelling near the bridge was also blown down and a woman is reported to have been killed beneath it. ENGLAND. California. Denis Kearney's Sentence Confirmed. San Fbjlnoisco, April 18. Judge Freelon, of the Superior Court, yesterday rendered a decision on Kearney's appeal, confirming the judgment of the lower court. The oounssl for Kearney anuounoe that they will apply ta the Supreme Court for a writ of habeas corpus as the only resort left them. The Supreme Court is now sitting at Los Angelos, and some time will necessarily elapse before any aotion can be taken on the application. The Superior Court ordered a remittitur forthwith, which would land Kearney in the House of Correc tion directly, aa was not present when the judgment of the court was rendered, and it Is rumored that anticipating the decision and ponding the application for a habeas corpus ne nas absented mmseir from tne city. The sand lot meeting to-day was a rather tame affair, though some of the workingmen's legislators presented themselves to render an account of their stewardship. Mr. Mayhill said he was sorry that he had not followed the advice of his fellow workingmen to steal all be could. The president of the meeting said Kearney's case would be taken before the Supreme Ceurt, and that tribunal would not permit him to be sent to jail for his ex ercise of the right of free speech. Even if sent to jail Kearney would still be president of the society and would be respoct- ea ana Honored by them. Explosion of Giant Powder Over Twenty Men Killed. San Fbancisco, April 18. The giant pow der works in the district of Berkely, across the bay, exploded Friday, killiag twelve white men and twelve or fifteen Chinamen. It is the third explosion the company has sustained, and all were attended with loss of life. The explosion occurred in the piokiner room and all at work there were killed. About 6,000 pounds were in the room. All the victims were blown to atoms, the largest piece found being part of the skull of a Chi naman with the queue attached. Six houses inside the works were all blown to slivers, but the workmen in them escaped, with the exception cf one man in the magazine, no trace of whom was found. Outside of the works there are six hous.s, in cluding the boarding house of the hands. All were more or less damaged. The cause cf the explosion is supposed to be carelessness. The workmen are hired by the piece, and di rected to use wooden mallets in picking the cartridges, but they found they could work faster and make more money by using iron hammers a risky business around giant pow der. It is supposed that some man hit once too often, and that his cartridge went off, ig niting the powder before him, which commu nicated with the adjacent packages. A Cbinantan's Intrenlons Suicide. San Fbancisco, April 18. Ah Lung, the murderer of Severance at Throckmorton ranche, hanged himself in his cell at San Ba faelo during the f antral ceremonies of his vio- tim. The Chinaman was kept in one of the iron cells with half inch holes for ventilation. Through these boK-s he passed a rope made by tearing his shirt in strips and arranged the noose to slip over his head. He then stepped from the edge of his bunk to leave his body dangling by the neck. When bis cell was visited Ah Lung was quite dead, thus cheating the hangman of his prey. Smallpox on Shipboard. San Fbancisco, April 18. The Pacific Mail steamer City of Peking, from Hong Kong via Yokohama, arrivod to-day flying the yellow flag. She is at anchor in the harbor and it is presumed that she has smallpox on board. THR OLI) WOBtD. (Jreat Britain. fieaconsfield's Resignation. Loxdox, April 18. Lord Bcaoonsfield went to Windsor to-day to meet the Queen on her arrival from her continental trip. He will plaoe his resignation as Premier into her hands. Lord Beaconsneld will remain et Windsor to-night and retnrn to London Mon day morning. One Paper's View of It. London, April 19. The Times this morn ing thinks that the real cause for ths proposed abrogation of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty is that the treaty forbids any selfish or unequal use of the projected Panama canal. THE NEW DOBUNIOK. A Fever-Strictcen Vessel. St. John, April 18. The barque David, which arrived here Friday from Bio Janeiro, in charge of the first mate, Lingard, reports that the master, Captain Uathiessen, died of yellow fever on March 25, when five days out. The crew, with the exoeption of the mate and two others, were down with the disease and nnable to perform their duty. The vessel was thoroughly fumigated by tha sailors and was allowed to coma into port. Rhode Island. Anotner Whale for New York. Newpoet, April 18. New York is to have another whale exhibition. The whale is now in this harbor, in tow of the tug A. L. Belk nap. It was caught in Barnstable Bay a few days ago, and is seventy feet long. It was found necessary to put in here to-night on account of threatening weatner. Massachusetts. A Four-Year Old Child Found Murdered Boston, April 18. Mrs. John Driscoll, of Maiden, was arrested yesterday on the charge of murdering a four-year-old daughter of John Credon, a neighbor. The body of the child was found yesterday morning near ths railroad, and it is believed she was plaoed there by the Drisoolls after she had been killed at the house of the latter. A hood, whion was last worn by the child, was found buried in the Drisoolls' cellar, and other circumstan tial evidence is strong against Mrs. Uriecoll THE FIRE RECORD. Forest A mysterious Suicide. St. John, April 18. A young woman named Bridget Morris oame on from Boston to visit her relatives at Sussex last Friday week She disappeared from home and the Monday afterwards was found drowned in a stream a short distance from home. A stone was found tied np in some of her nnderolothing. This weight had been tied to her neck, by which means she had committed suioide. The affair has been kept a mystery by her relatives and no inquest was held. Tha body was brought to St. John Wednesday and interred. THE "WEST. Illinois. sailor's Bitter Experience TUree Days at the Mercy of the Warn Chicago, April 18. Three lives are already reported lost in the terrible gales of last week. Captain Vincent, of the sohooner Belle Mitch ell, yesterday discovered a' man lashed to the mainmast of the Milwaukee schooner Garibaldi, fifteen miles off Racine. He was Swede whose name could not be learned. He was nearly dead from hanger and cold, bat after being revived he tord bis story. He and Captain Peterson left Muskegon with their vessel and about 30,000 feet of lumber Friday of last week. Captain Peterson, while undertaking to reef a sail, was washed overboard and drowned. The Swede, to save himself and attract attention, lashed himself to the rigging, where he remained three days and nights. Oliver Dohl was lost overboard from tne schooner Elizabeth Jones. Tha third person lost was off the schooner Thomas Gava, name not learned. Kentucky. Ravages by a Harriett ue. Cbofton, April 18. During the hurricane of Thursday night many miles of fence were Tbe Losses by the KTew Jersey Fires. Lakewood, N. J., April 18. As the rain resulted in quenching the fire it is now possi ble to give some idea of the losses in this sec tion. Altogether nine buildings at Lakewood (formerly known as Bricksburg) and Seven Stars are known to have been burned, viz. The house of Theodore Stevens, on Ocean avenue, totally destroyed ; loss, $1,800 ; no insurance ; unocoapied. The residence of Lieutenant Brau, United States revenne ma rine service, near Seven Stars ; loss, $1,500 on building ; fully insured. The house and barns of Sherman Kelsey on Cross street, near Seven Stars, destroyed : unoccupied ; worth $500 ; insured. The house and barn of Conrad Boskie, river avenne, a mile and a quarter from Lakewood, total loss, building valued at 31,500. insurance $1,000. A barn on the property cf Charles Bryant, of Wash ington. D. C. at Seven Stars, destroyed, loss $300. Ten thousand acres of cedar and oak wood, mostly the latter, the property of the lincksburg Land Improvement Uompany. total loss. The secretary of that company says four unoccupied houses are also known to be destroyed. Other Fires. New Yobk, April 18. Shortly before noon to-day a fire occurred in the six-story buildirg Nos. 134 and 130 Williams street, occupird by Nathan & Bryan's brass works. Lois $15,000 to stock and $3,000 to the building. The stock of J. B. Mersick, No. 132 Williams street, was damaged $1,000. Tbe losses are fully covered by insurance. Wanpaoa, Wis., April 18. The postoffice block was burned this morning. The losses aggregate $10,000, half insured. Chicago, April 18. two serious hres oc curred here to-day and several smaller ones. About 4 o'clock this morning fire broke out in tbe engine room of Wolfinger & Co'a organ factory : loss $21,000, insurance $30,000. About 2 p. m. another fire occurred, complete ly destroying the Frost Manufacturing Com pany's planing mill ; Iocs $30,000, insurance $10,000. Baeeie, Ont.. April 18. Shortly after three this morning a fire was discovered in the store occupied by Graham Bros. In a few minutes the whole block was in flames. Tho fire was extinguished by five o'clock The total loss is about $31,300 : insurance $19,500. The following are the principal losses: H. Bennett, building, $3,000, insu rance $2,000; J. W. Hastings, building, $1, 500, fully insured ; stock, $3,000, no insur ance ; E. B. Crampton, building, $2,000, fully insured : stock, $10,000, insurance $8,- 000 : Graham Bros, stock, $11,000, insurance $G,800. PtOVKBlKN'li Or" KTKASWUaw Boston, April 18. Sailed, tbe Nesiorianfor Glasgow. Portland Arrived, tho Lake Ntpigon from Liverpool. Philadelphia Sailed, the Vaderiand for Antwerp. New York Arrived, tha Egypt and Celtic from Liverpool. Baltimore Arrived, the Hibernian from Liverpool. Sailed, the Scandinavian for Liverpool. Havre Sailed, tne France lor aew xora, the Suevia for New York from Hamburg. Liverpool Arrived, the Ohio from Phila delphia. Sailed, the Bohemian for Boston. Qaeenstown Sailed, the Algeria ana .Neva da for New York. Antwerp Sailed, the Balgianland for New York. Bremen Sailed, the Oder for New York. London Sailed, the Alsatia for New York. TKL13GIUPH1C JOTTINGS. The spotted typhus fever has made its ap pearance in St. Petersburg. Moody and Sankey held services in thrt e churches in New Orleans yesterday. IFive persons residing at Stuttgart are claim ants for tha Springer property in New York. A dispatch from Bucharest says it is an nounced that the United States will appoint a consul general for Bcumania. M. de Lesseps states that he has pledged subscriptions in America to the Panama canal scheme amounting to 300,000,000 francs. Otero, who was lately gsrroted for an at tempt npon the life of the King of Spain, confessed that he was instigated by an un known association. Hanlan denies all rumors that he is trying to shirk the match with Courtney, and says he is willing and anxious to meet him on the Potomac or anywhere else. Godfrey Smalley has been arrested at Ma rietta, O., for a murder in 1863, when he killed Jacob Braughman, a wealthy old baoh eior farmer who lived alone. The British royal mail steamer, from South ampton for the West Indies, has been towed into St. Michaels, Portugal, by the steamer Tylgia, which brought her passengers to the port. Yignaux, who defeated Slosson in the re cent billiard match at Paris, gained $2,000 in addition to the stake, as Signor Cernuschi handed him that amount as the proceeds of a bet which the Signor made with Slosscn's agent. A dispatch from Cabul says the Afghan chiefs that recently conferred with General Boberts are facilitating the advance of the British on Ghuznee. The political prOBpeots Afghanistan are very promising, but the tribes in the Jellalabad district are still troublesome. FINANCE ATiO XBAUK. peclalOorresyondencaof ths Jor;nKAi.AKnOocBiaB Johw H. Davis & Oo., Bankersand Brokers, No. 17 Wall street, New York, April 17, 1880. Tho matket for railway and miscellaneous sl-area nas been irregular and f averish, with frequent and rapid fluctuations of 13 pr cent, or more, with very little apparent causa. The course of affairs this week has hung almost entirely on the phases of the money market and the influence directly bearing npon fpecu lative stocks from the transactions of leading opera tors. As to oatside matters affecting th. actual va!us of particular stocks, from naw combinations or devel opments, there has been nothing of importance. Stocks wf re weak at ths start to-day, then became strong until noon, and ruled steady until abonta 3 o'clock, whsn the entire list became weak aad demor alize4, and declined from X t5 nearly 3 per cnt., clos ing feverish. Louisville Nashville opened at 152 bid, first sale 119, and diopped to lis ; then recovered 130, later selling at 129. Easimlle b Chattanooga ranged at 7470J72X. The Bond Market. Government bonds have been quiet and lower. 1 ha transactions in Btate bocos have been very few. Stocks closed as follows : fT.T. Oen. & Hudson .130 Erie 48 Lake Shore 106 O. Pittsburg Ill Northwestern..; 93 dourer !" Bock'Island M3tf Pacific Mail S8J St. Paul 77X St. Faul prer. Canton. 63 Oon.Ooal. Morris Jiri Quicksilver 12 Quicksilver Pref 67 laaripoea ex do. prel ox Eoriem 177 Harieia pref t. Panama...... .......190 Illinois Central 105 Chios Western Union.. Wabash Union Pacific. ... Michigan Central N. J. Central..... Del. L. W IeJ. ft find Canal... . 31 .108 . 39 . f8 . 91J4" . 78 . 89 82 O. O. ft I. 0 14 Fort Wayne 118 Terr. Haute - 25 Terre Haute Pref .... 63 Chicago ft Alton 105 Chicago ft Alton Pref .125 A ft P. Telegraph.... 43 Missouri Pacific Qtuncy 125 Han. ft Bt. Jo 33 E'tf'd ft Brie M do. guaranteed., to Land Grant 110 Government bonds closed as follows : V. 8. 6s, 1S81, oonp..lG5 I New is, eonp ....106 New 6s, reg 102 Kew4s, reg 1C8 New Ss, coup 103 U.S.new4s, coup. .108 New 4s, reg It6 V. B. ourrenoy 6s.... EXPRESS STOCKS. Adams Ill t American 68 Wells, Fargo ft OO...105 I United. States 47 New Vork Produce market Nsw Yobk, April 17. COTTON Quiet ; Uplands, 11; Orleans, 12. FLOUB Dull; Stale f3.80t6.C0; Ohio floor $5.00$3.75 ; Weatsrn, $3.80$5.60 ; Southern, $5,250 WHEAT Lower : No. 1 WhlU April, $1 26ai 28; No. 1 White, May, $1 26; No. 2 Winter Bed April, fi 9(1 w; no. 'A winter aea aiay, si au(al 3 atf. 2 winter nea,uane, l,an, CORN Lower; Mixed Western, spot, 61A52o. furores. 46KS51C. OATS Dun ; Bute, 4150; Western, 39349o. per uuBmi. BEE ft Steady; New plain mess, . POBK Lower ; new mess pork, tio 75 par bbl. LARD Firm ; steam rendered, $7,20. BUTTEB Firm ; Ohio, 14Q24o.; State, 20J2S0, par pound. WBUSKXY Nominal ; Western, $1 10. BUOAB Steady. MOLASSES Steady. fSTHOLHrTM Dull. JOB Firm. . OOF1TEB Doll. FREIGHTS Steady. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE Weak at 33. ROSIN Quiet at $1 40. TALLOW Steady at 6 1-16. SEASONABLE Summer Silks, Printed Linens, JLawiis, Cambrics, Muslins, ding' bams, Orenactines, Casbmere tie India, Parasols, Umbrellas, Traces of all kinds, Hamburg Trimmings, Kucbings, Lisle Gloves, Mitts, Gloves, Hosiery, Merino Under wear. Fringes, Gimps, Xiibbons, Sash Ribbons, Shawls, Spring Garments, Buttons, Novelties in Dress Goods and arimmings,'all at low and uniform prices, WILCOX 245 ana 249 Ciaifil Street, Jjyon Huilding. aplo dtf ounw Mill Board Mid itootus. f VERY PLEASANT front rooms, ith BAT H nirujxL on uaiut! uoor, can oe naa witn board at Lapl7 2t 497 CSAPEL STREET. FURNISHED ROOM. l A famished room suitable ftr on? or two ccn- tlemen, with or without board. L ap2 tf 139 YOBK STliEET. FOK KENT. tWITtl BOARD, in a private family, a suite of desirabTe Ilcoms on the first floor, with exclu sive bath xorm. AloO two verv Tjleasact Itnrma on secona noor. iipriy El , ma30 t 162 YORK STREET FOK HALK CHEAP. A FIRST-CLASS SEWING MACHINE, entirely 4 iiuw, iur E&ie at a great nargain. inquire at f!0 tf THIS OFFICE. Connecticut River Shad. 12 FRESH SHAD, 1.2 CESTH'S A POlJJI. AI.IBUT, Striped Bass, Etls, Codfish, Haddock, sr tr vji . a. j. rjr.ii ai uit urfi. uvslh. aiaiTir i nn. stsrs. &c. Spring iyA&ib. Prime Beef, Mutton. Veal. Chickens, Turkeys, Capon. Sugar Cured Hams. Shoulders. Breakfast Bacon. Smoked and Dried Eesf. Fulton Htrket Smoked and Pickled Beef Tongues. Sweet Potatoes. 8 Danish Lettuce. Bermuda Potatoes:. JUUSON BROS. Provision and Facklnsr Co.. 505 inil 507 Slate St., and 354 (irand St. Hpi I For Sale or Exchange j ust arrived, a car load of young, sound aoTBes irom western Virginia; cnniiKy built, suitable for trucking, carting, groc r, butcher, farmer, or any baainess. Elm Gity liver, Boarding and Sain Stables, 181 Chapel et BPAZ IT J1j MttVUi K UAttllLlt. 1ILLMBY Fcr ths Spring of 1880. All of the latest Spring shapes ia Hats, Ban nets, Ladies' and Chil dren's Caps, also the new and ricb. materials for trimming'. CiTCrapo work a specialty. Prices the lowest. Mrs. N. B. Jacobs, 1 58 Chapel St., opp. Klllott Bouse. apio eoutjyi , FOK 8AL.E. F$VtO 8MALT. Pony Planers ; ont of use on account S of size, l'lease call and examine them at 121 Chestnut street. apl6 6t B. BHOSINGEK 038A.IT CO. J. & T. Fitzpatricii, Lirery, Board and Feed Stables. ffu-w f irst-Class x eams to iet at reasons uie rates. Orders for Single or Double Teams attended to at all hours. Boarding for Private Teams a specialty. Parties will find a (iuit place, and best of care for thfir teams. Corner Court and Orange Street, rvew uaven, t joiin. Entrance on Grange St., opposite Tremont Houge. apl6 Sru PALMA FLOUR. WE have this day reduced the price of our "Fal nia" New Process Flour to $d per barrel. This price is very low for tha quality ; in fact it is the beet nour ror tne money cnerea in tins city. Fine Creamery .Butter. Wo are now receivinor it three times a week. Custo mers can rely on having It fresh and Bteet as any but tar ever offered to this market. Somctlif iiR- New and TV ice for Every noUMehoi(i in iuim HrwtoTt Fiali Chowder. Boston Baked Beans. Boston Codfish Balls. Boston Perfection Mackerel, Brooked Salmon, 1 lb. boxes. Boneless Herring, 1 lb. boxes. Boneless Oodfleh, Boneless Sardines, Oysters in 1 and 2 lb. cans, already for the table ; shaker Apple Sance in 1 gallon and gallon pails ; Maple Syrup and Su gar; Maple Wax, tomething new; Crosse & Black well's Pickles, full line ; Horse Radish Floor ; Canned Frnita and Vegetables, all kinds; 10 boxes Mrs. Gibbs Secrets; full stock Dried Fruits for pies ; new impor tation of Salad Oils, Salad Dressing; French and English Mns tarda. Fine Teas and Old Coffees a Spe cialty. Routed eve.y day and ground to order on tbe pre mises. Imported Cigars, Wines, Brandies, &c.t &c. Together with ft verv lrae assortment of superior articles for hotels and family use. , Johnson & Br., 411 and 413 State St., CORJfEB OF COURT. ap!5 2dlw DE6RAAF & lilt amsiiEMACY'sj HEVYORiC fltoCENTENNIA-PARLOBBED FIRST PRIZK AWARDlsD 1878 1870. w a- : TUT T A UntTQT A MTi niTQT SELECTED STOCK of all modern styles of Furni- . J C ..1 r- :n-P;n- rlnntlnnc In the City, AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. Ifcirty years experience as i,aoinci wiaKcre aim Upholsterers. SPECIAL ISDUCEIESTS TO riKCHASERS. New Buildings and Best Facilities. Between 6th and 6th Avenues, New York. Revere House. BOSTON, MASS. a Ri5IUCJTI03 PKICS3I $2.50 TO $3.00 PER DAT. Notwithstanding the redaction in price, the gsS hitherto unrivaled excellence of the table will be iiSi-strictly maintained. C HA. B. FERRIK. o2S eodly Proprietor. Hall's Positive Cure. nB. G. H. Hunter, lAke City, Fla., says : " l nave Trail1. PnmtfvA Cure for Gorna in my nrao- tlce, and always with eminent success in caring Corns and Warta." This remedy is worth it weight in cold for aora and inflamed iointa. hard tumors at the boa- torn of the feet, and as it oontains nothing injurious to the akin or clothing, but Is a perfectly safe and clean preparation, it nils a long felt want. Sold by druggists at 600 s bottle. BIOHABDSON CO., Wholesale Agents, JylO XhSa&eowwly SITUATIOK WANTED, BY a resectable girl, to do general housework in s private family. Good city references given. Apply at ap!9 2t - No. 96 NASH BTREET. WANTED, A LAUNDRESS to do the washing of a private famUy at her home. Apply st 137 Church street, between 6 and 8 o'clock p. m. apl9 3i SITUATION WANTED. BY s competent girl, to cook, wash and iron in s private family. Apply at aj19 It No. Ml COMMERCE STREET. WANTED, THOROUGHLY competent Swedish girl to do gen eral housework. Apply at ap!9 3t 339 CHAPEL STREET. WANTED. AN energetic man to represent us in New Haven or vicinity. Splendid opportunity for a live man to secure a permanent paying business. RICHARDSON CO., ap!9 at 899 Broadway, New York. Tool makers Wanted. FOUR first-class Tool Makers wanted on gun tools. Thoae having had experienca on gun or pistol tools preferred. Best wages to satisfactory man. Apply at once to Harrington & Richardson, Woroester, Mass. ap!9 3t Boarders Wauted. A FEW gentlemen can find nice, pleasant rooms, with or nitliout board, by applying at . ap!9 If 23 CHURCH STREPT. Good Coat Maker Wanted. APl-LY at WM. FRINKLTN fc CO3.,' ap!9 It No. 40 CENTER STREET, City. WANTED, A SECOND girl, willing to assist in the card of children. Best references required. Osll at ap!9 2t 139 EDWARDS STREET. Partner Wanted. TNi well established and good payinor business, jnst ui kuo 1 1 . t . auw, wuiieo iwo ormree gooacar- .... , nuvu. quw.. " "j " ... uv 111 1. . xur iiuuier particulars inquire immediately of IttUSAI Lr. BJjUAW, ap!9 at Yale Bank Building. WANTED. N hon&st, industrious, intelligent man wanted to l "u . (jwa pusiuua. Aaaress spl9 2t "ADAMS," This Offloe. WANTED. . A SUITE of unfurnished rooms, centrally lo I cated, with modern conveniences, lor a gentle Lman and his wife. Best of rf ferenca and nmmnt ap!9 It" "B," Courier Office. Tar a "wriiaT'T'k A COMPETENT yonng man with some experience as assistant bookkeeper. Addrecs api i zXi yr. & A., this 031ce. WANTED, THREE OR FOUR rooms centrallv lnraitort Addrers W. J. DIGNAN. L apl7 2t 76 Olive Street. WANTED, BY a gentleman and wife, a part of a house, first floor, of five or six rooms, modern conven iences preferred. Location to h'. ruwrrftl Ad dress X., Journal and Courier olllce. al 7 St APPLY AT I'lOMKSTir, " &eTOiEigMacI&ii.e Office, aOG Cbapel Street, P17 tf NEW HAVEN, CONN. WANTED, FOUR ROOMS, suitable for housekeeping, SU?i pleasantly located for a faruHj- of two, within 8 Stvfi minutes walk of City Market. Address aplfi 6t " 3. R. B.," Courier Office. WANTED A MILK ROUTE. Inquire of BURTON MANHFIELD, spl64t a Law Chambers, New Haven. SITUATION WANTED BY A GOOD active man who understands the care of horses and can mate hlm.elf Call on or address J. McNULTS", apl 3 2u7 Franklin Street. WANTED TO BUY, a good House, from $G,000 to $12, 000, within three or four blocks of tho Chnrch of the fiedoeuier. Aidrees. aivin? lrw-atinri. n aciiption, forms, Ac, ein- eoaai- -13 Ul.AWQE STREET, WANTED, A YOUNG man to work on a farm. A good place for the right one. WANTED, A eirl to do homework in ft nlnn nrlvnU f.mtW t the country. An excellent situation for a girl with good references, apply st Library Rooms, JNo. 7& Uraue Street. aplG lu It. BABTHOLOMEW. WANTED. flWO experienced shoe salesmen and one young 1 man to learn the business : must have oo.wi r... oinmendation8 as to ability, and in point of honesty bo (like Cajgar's wife) above suspicion. Apply at OOS GRO VH'S, April 14th or afterwards. apl3 tf Scliool Books Wantmi. WEBSTER Franklin Readers, French's Arith metics, Rwinton's Primer. Grammar nri r..n gu.ge Lessons, Harper's Geographies, Jepson's Third Music Reader, and Andereou's Grammar Uchool His tories, if in good order, can be sold at, BABOOOK'S, aplO lOt Palladium Building, 97 Orange Street. WANTED. tfj-'Xr'EUIENOED bnttonholo makers, finiahors and JLLl ironers. ELM OITY BaiRT CU., ap' tr Corner State and Court Streets. WANTED, fe TO RENT, with board, a desirable suite o firf! rooms at aa-ma2Ctf 167 CROWN STREET. WANTED ' fTEO BUY, a lot of Second-Hand Furniture and Car A. pets. Highest cash price paid, orders by mall promptly attended to, at Oku as CHURCH STREBT. HAS constantly on hand help suitable for priva families, aa Well as for hntalR. bnftrriinrr hnn.A andresUurams. Great attention is paid by the pro prietor of the establishment iu the choice of girls and women before sending them to fill a situation. Coun try calls of any distances are promptly attended to. o9 uiauge street, near urown street. J" GAUDEFROY. Surveyor and Civil Engineer, Wo. 5 Conn. Savings Bank Building-, 81 CHURCH STREET. GRAND OPEIiA MOUSE. One Nieht Only. Monday, April lSJiti, 18SO. ia.uioiiBnie eveni or mo wear I The Beautiful and Gifted Artist, KATE GIRARD. Mr, Eytlnare takes pleasure in announcing that he h&B engaged for a limited number of nights the great American .Beauty ana ieer 01 tne ur?at j? averites Adelaide IVetlson aud ITIary Anderson She will have the honor of appearing in the best effort of the noted Dramatist ftoucicault, J-uoitcioit Assurance, With the following powerful cast : Miss Sadie Bige low, Miss Grace Bennett, Harry Ey tinge, Frank Lo see, J. W. Bummers, F. Savage, H. Aylinge, J. Dea veau, T. ltothwell, M. StralTord, J. W. Archer, O. Wolffe. Popular Prices. Reserved Seals at Loomis' Music Store. ap!5 it ilpollo Olub. HONOEABY MEMBEKS are notified that the third private concert of the season will be given at the Atheneum on Wednesday evening, April 21st. at 8 o'clock. The Olub will be assisted bv Mr. J. O. HULL, of New York, "oprano, and Mr. EDWARD B. FERRY, of Bostoo, Pianist. apl9 3t Mr. J. N. Paltiscn's (OF NEW YOBK) Piano Forte Recitals. AT THE ATHENEUM, Thursday i;veniii(j, April 32d, Last of tbe Course. Subject : X.-. Von .Beethoven. Admission, witn Reserved Seat, 50 cts. j ur sale at ixjomis xempie Ol JHUS1C. ma26,29al,3,5,8,10,21,16,17.19,22 COE'S OPBA HOUSE. Thursday Evening, April 22, SO. RICE'S urpriso Party. 5U Extravaganza Artists 1 Now at Globe Theatre Boston, and for three weeks to " St a. inline Room Only" Wil lie Edouin, Alice Atberton, and all the favorites In the Gorgeous Spectacle, entitled l&ris Costumes costing &L5.000. Spark- ties Unpa.ra.lelied' TirkAts at Rivr r. f T 't Tup ad am mn-nirn Inrll IT h Reserved, 75c and fl. Admission, 35 and 60c. apiy GKASD OPERA HOUSE. One Night Only. Wednesday, April 21st. Tony Pastor's New Corny, The largest and most oompleta entertainment In the worm. A Double Orsanization, comprising Tony Pastor's Burlesque Troupe AND Tony Pastor's New specialty Company. In the famous New Yoik success and unequaled bur lesque, Go West on the Emigrant Train. Under ths Immediate supervision of JI2. TOMY PASTOR, Who will appear at each and every performance In conjunction with 40 Unrivaled Artists. In an entirely new and diversified programme. Prices of Admission as Usual Reserved Heats on tale at Iooaiia'. fox further particulars, see posters. Trccrrammes. etc. JOHN A. DINGEbS, Agent. M. 8. SANDkRSQw, Manager. ap!9 3t GRAND OPERA. MOUSE. - Friday, April 23d, 1880. Second Annual Concert cf Yale Orchestra, iw memmTHi aroiBxeu Dy IfTISS m. E. I I le v : it, soprano. JUIt. a. A. FAKSONS, Plsniata AND THE YALE GLEE CLUB nflwrvou oni too. ueai rai acmiFmou, Cue. Bale of reserved seat begins Mcctfay.-Apr 1 JSKh. at Loom la' Temple of Musio. ai17 Ct